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timw
Joined: Dec 21, 2011
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posted on Dec 21, 2011 06:05 PM:
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This is my version of the Rockville bridge near Harrisburg, PA It can handle 3-4 O gauge tracks, depending on whether Lionel Fastrack or Atlas O or others are used. It is 4' long, and is almost to scale, except believe it or not, the segmented arches should be about an inch and a half wider! It too, along with most if not all of my other arch and girder bridges, is made almost entirely of EPS builders foam, that I cut and shape in my former woodworking shop. I enjoy working with foam more than wood. A small elephant could stand on this bridge it is so strong, yet also lightweight. I am also working on a four arch 4' smaller version of the Rockville, at about 1/2 scale, that is similar to the Marshall Creek, PA bridge.

This type of bridge and various others can be purchased directly from me or built custom to fit your layout.


If interested, contact me by email at ilovebridges.tw@gmail.com.

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Tim









 

   





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